It’s come to my realization that I commit far too much time to my football tips. Given they are poor at best that’s going to change. I’m going to post fewer tips and will combine them into one daily post.
Starting today and the 6 pm kick-off from the Hawthorns. West Brom may have picked up some points in recent games but the win over Brighton was farcical and they were completed outplayed. It’s not often you’ll see a team miss two penalties in one match.
West Brom are 1-2-5 in their last 8 at home and are still 9 points from safety. They face an Everton team who will leapfrog into the Top 4 with a win here, albeit only for a few hours if there is a winner at Anfield later in the evening.
Everton have recorded back-to-back wins and clean sheets against Liverpool and Southampton. Their away record this season is fantastic at 8-2-2. They have won 5 and drawn 1 of their last 6 away games. The only dropped points being that dramatic 3-3 draw at Old Trafford.
When these two sides met at Goodison Park earlier in the season, Everton romped to a 5-2 win. Mina is likely to miss out and Rodriguez is still doubtful but Ancelotti will still be able to name a strong side here. The away win looks the obvious play.
How shit have the big games been this season? They’ve been a struggle to watch at times. Tonight could be no different.
Liverpool have seen 5 of their last 6 games at Anfield finish Under 2.5 Goals. They’ve only scored 2 goals in that spell.
Under Tuchel Chelsea have seen 8 of their 9 games finish with 2 goals or fewer. Why will tonight be any different and why are the bookmakers offering odds against?
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